From Chanel to D&G, the Spring 2010 catwalks were full of references to American history and heritage. For their February 2010 issue, Vogue Russia decided to celebrate the beauty of fantastic (and sometimes rival) nation. Magdalena Frackowiak graces the cover, and plays a bohemian cowboy in a Tom Munro editorial. Magda shows her softer side, clad in destroyed jean, fringe, and fanny packs. Famous for a career heavily centered on runway modeling, Madga proves that she can evoke emotions beautifully, and deserves more print work!
Another editorial features Victoria's Secret model Miranda Kerr as a pilgrim, wearing full skirts, ponchos and an array of hats. Photographed by Willy Vanderperre, Miranda shows the high-fashion side of her, which we see rarely. After seeing both beautiful editorials I am left with one question: For the America issue, shouldn’t Vogue Russia have featured American designers and models instead of international counterparts? Leave your opinion (and see both editorials in their entirety) after the jump!